Citadel’s most recent Intern, Adam Bloyd completed our summer program and is headed back to school to attend his senior year the University of Alabama. We created a fluctuating work schedule for Adam that would allow him to keep his commitments to his summer ministry trips with Christ Church. Adam has been serving with the […]read more
Take a quick look around your office, and you will see countless paper copiers and printers. The fact of the matter is offices are still generating confidential documents and printing documents. Saving your documents on a hard drive or in the cloud does not make your physical paper go away. So what can you do with all […]read more
Just this month, 143 million people were affected by the Equifax security breach. That is almost half the amount of people living in the United States. This was just one of the 918 breaches that have already occurred this year, affecting almost 2 BILLION data records. The overall number of data breaches occurring each year is […]read more
Your work environment can have a major impact on the productivity, creativity, and attention span in the workplace. In recent years, businesses worldwide have been paying more and more attention to the way office spaces are kept by their employees. “A clean-desk policy (CDP) refers to a set of corporate rules determining how employees […]read more
Many small to mid-size businesses think they can shred their documents “in-house” with a basic office shredder. You probably already know and understand the importance of shredding confidential information, but do you realize that shredding in-house is actually putting your business at risk? There are some clear advantages to outsourcing your business’s shredding to a […]read more
The Bottom Line: Your business’s record storage should be efficient, cost-effective, compliant, and secure!
When looking at your business’s current records management procedures, there are 3 main questions to ask…Many small-to-mid size businesses feel that record storage is an area of their business that they can manage on their own. The total costs involved with doing this are often overlooked. Using your own employees and your own storage space […]read more